I Kid You Not
Written by Meher Gupta, a grade 6 student (this is an archived post. Meher is now in grade 8).
Water is one of the most essential things a person needs; 60-70% of our body is water…
Written by Hridhaan Kohli, a grade 5 student.
Capitol Hill is a building located in Washington DC, United States. It is a symbol of power and unity and is one of the main seats of the US government. It houses the United States Congress, which consists of the Upper and Lower House. It also houses the Supreme Court…
Written by Sthitee Mohanty
While planning the designs of the then Viceroy’s House, Edwin Lutyens decided to bring together two diverse types of traditions together for the gardens – the Mughal style and the English flower garden.
Written by Samiha Chawla, a grade 11 student.
emen – a country located at the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula – is one of the poorest countries in the world. It has been destroyed by a bloody civil war that began in 2015 (a civil war is an internal war, within a country, mostly when people rebel against the government in power)….
One minute read. Written by a grade 7 student.
Hanukkah is an eight-day Jewish festival – also called the Jewish Festival of Lights. It is typically celebrated in late fall or early winter.
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